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In July our Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future, LEAF, interns traveled around Delaware getting their hands dirty in the name of preserving lands and waters for the next generation. Follow their journey.
In the spirit of “thinking globally, acting locally,” the Delaware Chapter opened an office in Milton close to our two public nature preserves. Stop in and see us!
As we ramp up restoration activities at the Milford Neck Conservation Area in the face of severe weather and rising seas, we’re reminded of what brought us to the landscape in the first place.
This slideshow shows what it looks like to remove two tents, 125 pounds of metal, 4 shopping carts, two shoes, a hammock, a couch, a toy tractor, a seat belt and a $10 bill from a local waterway. Thanks to all of our Earth Day volunteers!
See what we’re bringing back at our Pemberton Forest Nature Preserve’s Ponders Tract.
Watch a slideshow and see what volunteers witnessed at Big Stone Beach while measuring the abundance and health of horseshoe crabs, which have visited our shores since prehistoric times.
The 2013 Dogfish Dash raised $51,600 for The Nature Conservancy's work in Delaware.
Check out a video about the annual shorebird migration that occurs each May and June in conjunction with horseshoe crab spawning. It's a natural phenomenon that shouldn't be missed!
Volunteers count crabs during May and June every year.
- June 16, 2014
- $100 Million in Resilience and Restoration Investments to Strengthen Communities in Areas Damaged by Hurricane Sandy
- June 10, 2014
- A Moveable Feast: Dogfish founder and son make a Delaware-to-Maine boat trip to raise thousands for The Nature Conservancy